Yo Gotti Expands CMG Operations With Management Division: ‘I Came Up With A New Hustle’


Yo Gotti’s CMG empire continues to dominate Hip Hop. The Memphis native’s label is set to grow another branch with the launch of a management division earlier this week.

Gotti will be heading the venture where he’ll be managing artists on the side and he’s looking for two to three to eventually turn their rap dreams into Grammy Awards.

“I just left the Grammys and I figured something out,” he said. “I ain’t see enough of the artists we worked with or artists I feel like should be a part of this shit whether it be performing or winning… Long story short, I came up with a new idea — I came up with a new hustle — From now on, I’m finna start managing artists. I want to start with two or three artists and I’m trying to get muthafuckas on the Grammys.”

Gotti started his new business endeavor with the launch of the CMG Management Team’s Instagram page, which already has over 8,500 followers. Emerging artists that believe they have what it takes are implored to DM Gotti and the management’s Instagram account.

Last week, Yo Gotti officially welcomed Mozzy to the CMG family with his chaining day where the Sacramento native was surrounded by signees such as Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta and gifted his own heavy CMG chain.

Yo Gotti unleashed his CM10: Free Game album in February and as far as what’s ahead for the CMG label, EST Gee and 42 Dugg (who is also signed to 4PF in a joint partnership) are gearing up for the release of their Last Ones Left collab album on Friday (April 8).